The National Museum of Finland
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National Museum illustrates Finnish history from prehistoric times to the present. Major archaeological finds. Temporary exhibitions. Embark a time-trip through the history of Finland. The museum's unique exhibits tells of the life from a period of over 10,000 years.
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National Museum illustrates Finnish history from prehistorical to present times. The museum's unique exhibits tell of the life from a period of over 10 000 years. Temporary exhibitions on current themes and an interactive exhibition Vintti, where you can experience history by doing yourself.
Provides a glimpse to the local history. Beautiful building and ceiling frescos painted by Akseli Gallen-Kallela.
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